Random thoughts on a rainy day: Should I do Just Sweat or Just Dance tomorrow morning? Or maybe I should run? But my mom won’t allow me even though I’m 16 years old. Ugh. I need to write a to-do list for tomorrow so I won’t forget the things I want to do. Can I not read this 26-paged packet? And I still need to finish that stupid book for English. Why did I even buy that book. The characters are so stupid I can’t even. The mom was like, “I can feel the young breasts of my child while she hugged me.” I don’t know anymore. This is just like that Lucy movie. “I can feel your warm milk on my mouth when I was still a baby.” What in the world. I think I should redo my homework for Spanish. It’s so ugly. Hmmm, nahhh. I already redid it 3 times. How am I going to tour the new students around the school. I don’t even know where my classes are. I. hate. this. wifi. connection. This tv won’t connect to the wifi too. I still need to watch 7 episodes of Death Note. What anime should I watch next? I can’t find a hospital that has an available volunteering opportunity whyy. And my driver’s ed teacher told me he’ll send me the available schedules for driving in 24 hours or less. More than 48 hours have already passed. I can’t pass my high score on Amazing Brick huhu. Do I not deserve to get a 30? Am I that worthless? *thinks more about my mistakes for the past 10 years*
And yup, my pictures don’t have any connection whatsoever with what I wrote. As usual.
Summer had bidden its farewell and now I’m back to school. The first 3 days of this school year had been good. Our first day was a late start for everyone but freshmen so my friends and I went to eat brunch before going to school. We then had an assembly before we got to go to our classes, which were only 10 minutes long each. I made sure to give a good impression to the teachers (partly so they won’t pick on me lol). The classes I have are: Spanish, Hon. Chemistry, Swimming/Gym, Hon. Adv. Algebra, Photography/Art, AP World History, and Hon. English. I prefer my teachers more this year than last’s because they’re way funnier. However, my classes sure are harder (obviously), especially AP World. The students last year strove to get C’s and B’s on their grades so I’m pretty sure I’ll do not-so-well on that class. And I’m proud of myself for not procrastinating (so far) with homework. Hoping for a great school year ahead :)
On our last Saturday in New Jersey, we headed for the beach despite the uncooperative weather. It was freezing cold when we get there so my cousin and I just wandered around the stores and bought souvenirs.
We walked outside when the rain finally went away.
Lights will guide you home~
I can’t believe we only have 3 days left before school starts again. I’m going to be a high school sophomore and I can’t wait for my new classes and see my friends. (And I still need to finish my homework huhu.)
My summers will never be complete without a trip to an amusement park. I just love that sensation you feel in your stomach when you go on a drop with your arms up. My cousins and I went to Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor along with my cousin’s friend and her friend’s cousins. This was our second time together at an amusement park. The first one was at Dorney Park two years ago. Even though we’ve only met once before, it was like we’ve known each other for quite some time because of our nonstop chatting about anything and everything.
We first went to Hurricane Harbor so that we can just let ourselves dry at Six Flags. However, we arrived at 11 a.m. so we didn’t get to go on a lot of rides at Hurricane Harbor.
We only went on 2 slides then we headed to Six Flags. Most of them were scared to ride on roller coasters. It’s a miracle they rode on Superman, which is a roller coaster where you’re on your back.
We then rode on Log Flume.
We wanted to go to the other side of the park so we went on the Skyway.
The view above the Skyscreamer was so beautiful but I couldn’t hide my camera with me up there because there’s a camera above and they might remove me from the park lol.
I wanted to ride Kingda Ka (tallest in the world and fastest in North America) but only one person wanted to go with me because the rest are scared. But when we got there, the wait was two hours long and we wouldn’t be able to get home by midnight. We just went on Nitro, which is a roller coaster with a lot of drops. Every time we go down, we always yell ‘Trishia smells’ (my cousin lol). Then when we were walking back, I heard a girl sing what we were saying hahaha. We ate at Cracker Barrel and got home by midnight.
Hello, everyone! Sorry for the lack of posts. I’ve been out of my shell all day every day for the past two weeks and I haven’t had the chance to write posts about what’s happening thus far. (Except for right now, which is 4 a.m. in the morning.)
My cousins, my cousin’s cousins (for the lack of a better word) from Florida, and I went to New York City and explored new places I haven’t been before. We were pretty hungry when we arrived so we went to a restaurant called Totto Ramen. It was lucky for us to get a table as soon as we got there because a line started right after we settled down. I loved the ramen but I was too full to finish it, hence only eating less than half of it.
To burn off the calories from our ramens, we went to the newly opened One World Trade Center.
The 9/11 Memorial was just beside the 1 WTC. The names of the victims of the bombings are inscribed on the walls of the pools. My cousins found the name of their uncle there :c
The High Line was our next destination. Our feet were hurting so we just went there to rest.
Hunger was coming back again so we ate at a nearby restaurant.
Yum! Our seats were facing the window and I went outside and took a picture of all them through the window lol.
Tried posing in the middle of the street.
We were gonna go to the Natural History Museum but it was closed already. We might go there the next time we go to NYC.
Last but not the least, Central Park! I was the one who suggested going there but I regret doing so. We just kept on walking around the park for a while, meeting swarms of insects every couple of feet, until it got too dark. We tried retracing back our steps but we couldn’t remember which paths we took so we asked some strangers how to get back near the museum. Turns out they gave us the wrong directions and we had to walk from the west to the east side of the city in the dark. We were pretty exhausted by then and we were just so glad when we finally sat down on the subway heading back home.